Melchior Broederlam (born Ypres, perhaps c. 1350; died Ypres?, after 1409) was one of the olden Early Netherlandish painters to whom permanent works can be confidently attributed. He worked mostly for Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, and is documented from 1381 to 1409. Although single-handedly a single large pair of panel paintings can confidently be official to him, no history of Western painting can neglect his contribution.
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